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City Mandates on Parking in Amazon

Everyone knows that perfect parking spot: it’s free, it’s close, and it’s safe.  Students at the University of Oregon will do whatever it takes for them to find the perfect trifecta of parking spots. These perfect parking spots are more … Continue reading

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Adaptive Recreation Services: Involving the Eugene Community In A Different Way

The snow slides underneath their skis. The wind whips against their cheeks. It’s all smiles as they glide down the mountain, carving into the hill with precision. As they approach the bottom of the slope, they gather as a group … Continue reading

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David Stucky: Food Forester and Bee Enthusiast

David Stucky scratches behind his cat, Lucy’s ear. His pants are covered in dirt, paint, and grass as he takes a deep breath of the warm, spring air. The sound of buzzing in every corner of the garden signals the … Continue reading

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Amazon Neighborhood “Dumb Luck” Garden is All Abuzz

By: Emily Fraysse Tucked away on 26th and Harris St. lies a tranquil, self-sustaining garden. A light breeze rustles through the bean plants climbing around the wire tunnels that arch around the street walkway as a cat named Lucy sunbathes … Continue reading

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Afraid of Bees at a Bee Farm

            Working on my profile has been quite the experience of racing, hasty e-mails, and staring at a blank computer screen. Last Sunday night, I began scrambling to find a subject when I thought due … Continue reading

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Limited Student Parking Becomes an Issue to Surrounding Neighborhoods

University of Oregon students scramble to find available spots in residential areas By: Emily Fraysse  While the Amazon Neighborhood looks like your average, perfect start-up family location with its many schools, parks, and play areas, there has been some disruption … Continue reading

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Amazon Neighbors React to Parking Problems

Residents find the Amazon neighborhood overflowing with cars because of permit prices and zone restrictions around the university. By Lily Nelson Amazon residents are having problems with their neighborhood becoming a parking lot for University of Oregon students, faculty, and … Continue reading

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Amazon Neighborhood: Where To Be

Scattered between the many residential homes, the Amazon neighborhood is over-flowing with community social groups, recreational activities, and local businesses. Because it is such a nice spot to relax, work, and play, many reviews on such services do exist on … Continue reading

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Amazon Neighborhood Has Many Parks But Not Enough Maintenance

Residents of the Amazon neighborhood love the many outdoor recreational spots, but most agree that the upkeep of such areas is lacking greatly. The community’s inviting streets, colorful businesses, and open parks give the neighborhood a family-friendly vibe, yet many … Continue reading

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A Stroll through Amazon Neighborhood

Welcome to Amazon Neighborhood, a district in Eugene, Oregon that encompasses 24th Avenue on the north, Agate Street and Laurelwood Golf Course on the east, 30th Avenue on the south, and Amazon Creek on the west. Strolling around this large … Continue reading

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